These factors reaffirm that air and space power is not now, and never could be, “auxiliary” in any way
Vol. 89, No. 10
USAF is pushing a three-phase bomber plan, but the next new bomber is the centerpiece.
USAF's roadmap, years in the making, has collapsed. The service is struggling to find a new course.
Two decades ago this year, Goldwater-Nichols unleashed fundamental change.
For 17 hours, Capt. Gerald Young led the North Vietnamese through the jungle and away from the crash s
Paced by USAF’s 20th Fighter Wing, US and NATO airmen and ground forces and more than 100 aircraft staged a full-scale “invasion” of North Carolina.
Because of advances in aeromedical evacuation, most American troops now survive their combat wounds.
The world’s first operational stealth aircraft, the F-117, is nearing the end of an amazing career.
From the earliest days of the space program, USAF has supplied top space operators.
How did the B-17 become the public's beloved favorite and the B-24 a respected runner-up?
A Large Airpower Lesson; Refocusing the Army; C-17 Down For the Count? ....
Airman Dies in Afghan War SrA. Adam P. Servais, 23, of Onalaska, Wis., died Aug. 19 when his vehicle came under fire in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan, during a long firefight with insurgent forces. A combat controller, Servais was assigned to...
Idiots on the Home Front “More than a third of the American public suspects that federal officials assisted in the 9/11 terrorist attacks or took no action to stop them so the United States could go to war in the...
Who’s the Guard Boss?; Predators Get Pushed Out; More on Survivor Benefit Plan ....
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The Bomber Generals It is difficult to know where to begin in response to “A Changing of the Guard,” July, p. 60, except perhaps with the old cliche, “Every man has a right to his opinion; no man has a...